SHOW COMPLEX OPENING SOON.
Situated in the heart of an utterly charming market town on the Welsh borders, this Retirement Living property offers homeowners both local amenities and the stunning landscapes of the Brecon Beacons on the doorstep.
With just 48 apartments comprising of 25 one and 23 two bedrooms, this development will reflect the tight-knit community feel of the local town. Many of the apartments will have their own balconies and a homely homeowners lounge will be at the development’s heart, where homeowners can socialise over a cup of tea or coffee. What’s more, with beautifully landscaped gardens, the development will offer a peaceful space to enjoy a spot of fresh air on a sunny day.
The development’s House Manager will take care of its day-to-day running and will organise social events for homeowners to take part in, if they wish. There’ll be a 24-hour call system, in case of emergencies, as well as a camera entry system, ensuring you’ll feel completely safe and secure in your new home. Plus, with lifts to all floors, you won’t have any problems getting around.
The development site is superbly located. Its just a 3-minute walk from Abergavenny High Street, offering everything you could possibly need, from Waitrose and other supermarkets, shops and eateries to transport (both the railway and bus stations are just a mile from the site) and health facilities (there’s a doctor’s surgery right next door). This Welsh borders location also means you’ll have easy access to London, Bristol, Cardiff and the Midlands, if you’re looking to travel further afield, with the onsite car parking to make journeys even easier.
- Picture-postcard location in a quaint Welsh market town
- Peaks of the Brecon Beacons on the doorstep
- Buildings maintenance and security included for peace of mind
- Guest Suite and guest parking
- Pets allowed
- Roof terrace
- Car parking
- Communal lounge
- Guest suite
- House Manager
- Landscaped gardens
- Lifts to all floors
- Pets allowed
- Roof terrace
See for yourself what a typical one bedroom apartment and two bedroom apartment can offer you. To get the best experience click the full screen icon with the four arrows below in the bottom left menu bar.
What you can expect to pay
Did you know? Our retirement rental prices include service charge and ground rent.
Take a look through our Retirement Living service charge costs.
Each year, we help residents set the budget that they need for retirement. Although we cannot guarantee that our Retirement Living service charges will remain the same for year to year, our many statutory safeguards will remain in place, to ensure that your opinions are recognised and acknowledged when defining budgets.
*Please note that not all the listed costs below apply for our Retirement Living properties. Also, our charges are calculated on an average sized development. You can find more information on our service charges here and for full details on a specific development please speak to your sales consultant.
Estimated total Service Charge and Ground Rent Charge per week:
|1 Bedroom||2 Bedroom|
Living at Abergavenny
Living in Abergavenny
Its historic market lies at the heart of the town. Here, as well as a general market held several days a week, flea markets, craft fairs, antiques fairs and artisan markets are held regularly.
In the town you'll also find the small yet beautiful Abergavenny Castle. In the grounds of this Norman ruin is a delightful museum telling the story of this market town, from its prehistory to the modern day.
Abergavenny is also a walker's paradise. The Brecon Beacons serve as a dramatic backdrop to the town, offering 520 square miles of gentle ambling walks, mountain trails and limestone caves, interspersed with quaint Welsh towns, country pubs and Michelin-star restaurants. The Brecon Beacons are also home to South Wales' highest mountain, Pen y Fan. What's more, to the north of the town lie the Black Mountains. These grassy red sandstone hills dappled with heather and intersected by meandering rivers offer excellent opportunities for walkers, cyclists, mountain bikers and horse riders alike.
And in the nearby town of Blaenafon is the Big Pit National Coal Museum. Visit this fascinating award-winning museum for a taster of what being a miner here was like. Take the underground tour, descending 300 feet below the surface, to follow in the footsteps of miners past and learn more about the coal industry in Wales.
- Conveniently situated close to these local amenities:
- Bus Stop 0.3 miles
- Bus Stop 0.3 miles
- Doctors 0.3 miles
- The Angel Hotel 0.3 miles
- Supermarket 0.2 miles
- Waitrose 0.6 miles
Getting to Location
If you are using a Sat Nav system you may need the full address of this development. The postcode may be newly created by Royal Mail and may not be accurate for some months.
The Team at Plas Elyrch
Great Homes for Sale and Rent
Offers Too Good To Miss
Apartment of the Month
Apartment 38 is a stunning 2 bedroom 2nd floor apartment with a west facing balcony. It also benefits from an en-suite shower room, walk in wardrobe and a 2nd separate shower room. Reserve this stunning apartment before the end of September 2020 and not only receive the Land Transaction Tax of £5000 but will we include our Smooth Move Package of £2500 towards Estate Agents fees, £1000 towards legal fees and our comprehensive removals service.
* Reserve by 31st October 2020. Full Terms & Conditions available from the Sales Department. Ts&Cs apply
Nobody expects moving home to be easy, but we’re here to help you every step of the way; from the moment you make a reservation, through to the day you move in. Our Smooth Move service ensures everything goes like clockwork, which includes helping with the cost*.
To find our more please call 0800 201 4811.